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Australia is known for its incredibly hot weather, especially in the summer. As we grow older, our bodies find it more difficult to regulate heat as efficiently as we did when we’re young.

Growing older forces change, especially when it comes to caring for our loved ones. We understand the importance of ensuring that your close friend or family member receives care and companionship that both supports and improves their quality of life.

Relationship-based home care is an innovative type of care designed to deliver impact, not just inputs. It is organised around the needs of the care recipient and his or her family, rather than around the completion of a predefined set of tasks.

Being a carer for a loved one can be extremely demanding, stressful and appear never-ending. Respite care provides carers with a short-term break from their caring role.

If you spend a lot of time with someone living with Dementia, you’re probably always on the lookout for new fun and engaging activities to do together. There are many beneficial activities that can help a person with dementia stay relaxed and keep their mind stimulated.

Caring for someone with dementia can be an extremely challenging time. But as a family member, we know you’re there offering unconditional love, care and support to your loved one from the very beginning, no matter how difficult it gets.

It is a sad reality that our senior years are the period we are most likely to experience social isolation. So, while everyone experiences feelings of loneliness at times, you may not be surprised to hear that loneliness in old age is most common.